- Facts About Milk Snakes
- Brightly colored and strikingly patterned, milk snakes are nonvenomous New World snakes with a wide range throughout North and South America. They are often confused with dangerous copperheads or coral snakes; however, milk snakes pose no threat to ...
- Gopher Snake Facts
- Gopher snakes are muscular, long serpents that can be intimidating because of their size; however, but there's little to fear because they are nonvenomous.
- Anaconda Facts
- Anacondas are semiaquatic snakes found in tropical South America. They are some of the largest snakes in the world and are known for their swimming ability. “Anaconda” is the common name for the genus Eunectes, a genus of boa.
- Facts About Brown Snakes
- The name brown snake refers to two different genera of snakes, found on two different continents. If you are in North America, brown snake is the common name for Storeria, a small, shy, nonvenomous snake.
- Boa Constrictor Facts
- Boa constrictors are non-venomous snakes famous for their method of subduing prey: squeezing, or constricting, it to death.
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